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Spitalfield

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Formed within the suburbs of Chicago in 1998, Spitalfield perform punky alternative rock and roll with some pop sensibilities. A break up release first made an appearance in 2001, adopted the next 12 months by Faster Accidents Harder on Sinister. Their debut five-song EP, The Cloak and Dagger Golf club, arrived in Oct 2002 to rave evaluations from Punk World, and the music group soon signed with their hometown’s powerhouse label, Triumph. Their label debut, Keep in mind AT THIS TIME, was released in June 2003 and highlighted the band’s brand straightforward melodic character. Touring with rings like Sugarcult, Thursday night, the first November, and Piebald additional pass on Spitalfield’s name to some widening pop-punk market. Their 2005 follow-up record, Stop Doing Poor Factors, was a hard-driving assortment of harmony-laden pop that taken to brain bands just like the Foo Fighters and Jimmy Eat Globe. Bassist T.J. Minich still left the group in the next half of the entire year; the remaining associates — vocalist/guitarist Tag Rose, drummer J.D. Romero, and guitarist Dan Lowder — had been completed again initially of 2006 by adding similarly called bassist, T.J. Milici. Spitalfield strike the Warped Tour for the summertime, but were compelled to fall off near its end when Lowder instantly announced he’d end up being leaving the music group. The rest of the three returned house to get and ready an upgraded guitarist with time for the discharge of the third album, MUCH BETTER THAN Knowing WHAT YOUR LOCATION IS, that October.

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Full Name Spitalfields
Music Songs I Loved the Way She Said 'L.A.', Stolen From Some Great Writer, Those Days You Felt Alive, Five Days and Counting, Secrets in Mirrors, In the Same Lifetime, Kill the Drama, Am I Ready?, Make My Heart Attack, Fairweather Friend, So I Heard You Joined a Convent, The Only Thing That Matters, Gold Dust vs. State of Illinois, What Were You Thinking, Better Than Knowing Where You Are, You Can't Stop, Tampa Bum Blues, Restraining Order Blues, Building a Better City by Design, Texa$ With a Dollar Sign, Hold On, Simple Minds, Simple Lives, On the Floor, Tell Me, Clarice, Dare to..., Won't Back Down, Lasting First Impression, Arbor Lane, Curtain Call, The Future Is Now, From the Desk of B. Larsen, Van Buren
Albums Better than Knowing Where You Are, Stop Doing Bad Things, Remember Right Now, Faster Crashes Harder, The Cloak and Dagger Club


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